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EverStart PC1000E 1000 Watt Power Inverter w/ Dual 120V AC + USB EXPIRED

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Walmart has EverStart PC1000E 1000 Watt Power Inverter w/ Dual 120V AC + USB on sale for $34.52. Shipping is free w/ Walmart+ (free 15-day trial) or on $35+ orders.

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Features:
  • EverStart PC1000E power inverter gives you a full 1000 Watts of continuous household power anywhere you go.
  • Safety features include fault indicators for short circuit, overload, thermal ground fault, and a low-voltage cutoff to prevent the inverter from draining your vehicle battery. And it's all packed into a slim housing that can be installed with ease under a vehicle seat or on a rear door.
  • Equipped with dual 120 Volt AC outlets and a single 2.1 Amp USB port, this inverter connects directly to your vehicle battery to deliver big power on the go. Perfect for serious camping or heavy-duty job sites, the inverter can power multiple electronics including everything from smartphones and laptop computers to heavy-duty power tools and more.
  • Easy-to-read LCD screen you can track power, wattage in use, battery levels, and the handy fault indicator.
  • Built-in short circuit, overload, thermal ground fault, and high & low voltage protection, you get peace of mind with safe power and charging.
  • EverStart PC1000E also features low voltage shutdown prevents also prevents battery drain, ensuring your vehicle will start with ease even after a long day using the inverter.

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There's also a Wagan Slimline 1500W DC to AC Inverter but it doesn't come with the cigarette lighter accessory or battery clamps. It seems like it would be a more permanent installation. That is $50.24. https://www.walmart.com/ip/Wagan-...r/54502420 OOS
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akula1488 asked this question on 09-13-2021 at 08:58 AM
09-13-2021 at 08:58 AM
Yes, it does.
purificada asked this question on 09-13-2021 at 08:54 AM
09-13-2021 at 12:10 PM
Yes, it will work with any 12V battery but the time it can output at say 1000W is dependent on the capacity (Amp Hours) of the battery

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The cigaret lighter socket usually designed up to 180W (180W/12V= 15Amp fuse set up for that line) simply because of the current flow if anything with more power demand was to be plugged in it will blow the fuse.
If they were to design it with more power than wires would have to be thicker gauge and well as contacts rated for as much as well. It should be fine if connected directly to battery but there you also get limitations due to battery capacity, car alternator power and few other issues that can arise. Unless car has big battery (or two) and high power alternator the inverter might suck more power (depends on demand of what's connected to inverter as well) than car can handle and it might not be best situation for car electronics and computers as well. That's why 1.5-2KW ones are risky IMO.
At that point small quiet dual fuel generator with propane might be better option.
Modified sine wave, as reported by one review.

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Seems like a good deal, but can the EverStart work in a cigarette accessory?
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Seems like a good deal, but can the EverStart work in a cigarette accessory?
On the photo of the box it says it can provide 120 watts if you use the plug they provide and plug it into the 12V Accessory Outlet (aka cigarette socket)
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Wagan gone, that was quick!
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Damn good price for a 1000w inverter. Seems pretty decent from what I can tell. Looks like the cheapest this one sells for is about $56 with shipping from no-name resellers on eBay. Really wish I didn't miss out on the 1500w, but I'll take this one as an intermediary consolation until I can find a deal on a bigger one. Note that neither of these are pure sine wave.
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On the photo of the box it says it can provide 120 watts if you use the plug they provide and plug it into the 12V Accessory Outlet (aka cigarette socket)
Thanks. 120 watts kind of stinks for what I was hoping for, but I guess enough for some mac/chromebooks and phones. It sort of makes sense though since those 12v don't support a whole lot.
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Is this a pure sine or modified sine inverter? I can't seem to find which one it is
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Wagan gone, that was quick!
Also has an incorrect title on the Walmart site - it is, kind of obviously, a DC to AC inverter.
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Is this a pure sine or modified sine inverter? I can't seem to find which one it is
Modified sine wave, as reported by one review.
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Thanks. 120 watts kind of stinks for what I was hoping for, but I guess enough for some mac/chromebooks and phones. It sort of makes sense though since those 12v don't support a whole lot.
The cigaret lighter socket usually designed up to 180W (180W/12V= 15Amp fuse set up for that line) simply because of the current flow if anything with more power demand was to be plugged in it will blow the fuse.
If they were to design it with more power than wires would have to be thicker gauge and well as contacts rated for as much as well. It should be fine if connected directly to battery but there you also get limitations due to battery capacity, car alternator power and few other issues that can arise. Unless car has big battery (or two) and high power alternator the inverter might suck more power (depends on demand of what's connected to inverter as well) than car can handle and it might not be best situation for car electronics and computers as well. That's why 1.5-2KW ones are risky IMO.
At that point small quiet dual fuel generator with propane might be better option.
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Seems like a good price for pick up, in for one. Thanks
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now the question is any deals on the red and blk wires to power this bad boy
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